Almost all-in-one

By Roger Piantadosi/Rappahannock News
| Rappahannock News

Though containers for (flattened) cardboard are not yet set up, and permanent signs are not yet ready, Rappahannock County’s recycling centers, at the Amissville landfill and (shown here) at Flatwood, are already accepting your contributions — in a single container — of plastics, glass and metal/cans. Also, plastic types accepted are now expanded from just #1 and #2 to #1 through #7.

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Former Rappahannock News editor Roger Piantadosi is a writer and works on web and video projects for Rappahannock Media and his own Synergist Media company. Before joining the News in 2009, he was a staff writer, editor and web developer at The Washington Post for almost 30 years.

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  1. I am absolutely overjoyed that recycling options have expanded so much in the county… and it’s easier too as very little sorting is now necessary. I hope the Rappahannock News will help pass the message along to the general populaton. Too many people are still not recycling… and now they have less excuses for not doing it.

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